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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Adjectives and Adjective Clauses by University of California, Irvine

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About the Course

Being able to adeptly use adjective clauses in speaking and writing is useful for upper level English learners. Adjectives and adjective clauses are very common in English, so students need to be able to understand them when they see them or hear them. Students often struggle to bring complexity to their speaking and writing and adjective clauses can be a great way to do this. Please note that all of the lectures and practice activities are available for free, but taking the quizzes and getting feedback on assignments are only available in the paid version...

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Aug 29, 2022

Este curso es excelente, como todos los de UCI. Todo está muy organizado, explicado y los ejercicios que te ponen para dominar los temas son excelentes. Aprendí un montón. Gracias, UCI.


Jul 19, 2020

By the end of of this course, I have learned how to use adjectives correctly in the sentences. This course is enriched with highly informative materials and awesome tutors. Thank you.

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By Namira S

Oct 26, 2020

It is a wonderful course which has good detailed information about what are adverbial clauses and how they must be used precisely. The assignment given in this course is well benefitted by the candidate who enrolled in it. At the end of this course, you will be able to adapt the quality of framing the sentences with WH Questions and how to form various structured adjective clauses. This was exciting and fun. Surely would recommend you if you had like to improve your grammar regarding the ADJECTIVE part of the sentence.

By chinnawat c

Feb 14, 2021

The course is fine. But I think it might need a discussion forum for the course because sometimes I can't figure it out about the peer review -- I mean English is not my first language and sometimes I not sure about the correction for peer so, it would be great to have a forum to ask for something like that. Also, the quiz should include the explanation of the TRUE answer so, I can correct the mistake and learn from it, most of the quiz only provide TRUE or FALSE which is not help me get through what I am looking for.

By Koen V

Jun 12, 2022

The assignments are challenging and the course is good, but it can be improved. In a peer-review environment, the students never know for sure whether they mastered the subject. I saw a lot of students struggle with adjective clauses and I had to do more research to better understand the subject. I realized that with the week 2 assignment. This tells me that some of the current video tutorials need to be improved. Some are not as effective as they could be.

By Carol Z

Nov 11, 2020

When studying adjectives and adjective clauses, the student usually finds it difficult to know when we are referring to the "object" and when to the "subject". In this course, through simple explanations and varied examples, you will learn the difference. Thanks to the teachers for the effort and work in this course.

By Gabriel A F G

Aug 14, 2020

El contenido del curso es excelente, sin embargo, el material de apoyo (las láminas que muestran en los videos) no ayudan porque confunden por la gran cantidad de animaciones innecesarias que tienen, así como por los colores y el diseño en general.

By Lajju S

May 28, 2020

I don't know but I felt like there could have been more information for subject and object pronoun. I'm still confused when to use subject pronoun and when to use object pronoun.